Electronics are an integral component of our daily lives, often going unnoticed despite their constant presence. One area where it proves its crucial value is in the field of incubators, these vital devices that protect and preserve life. At Electrolomas, we have mastered the art of creating electronic circuits, becoming experts in incubator electronics.
Thanks to our meticulous process of manufacturing electronic circuits and assembling electromechanical equipment, we have been able to make significant contributions in the health and life care sector.
An electronics for life
Incubators, whether for human, laboratory or poultry use, are indispensable devices for maintaining and preserving life in fragile conditions. They are primarily known for their use in neonatology, providing the controlled environment necessary for premature infants while their organs mature. However, they are also essential in laboratories for the cultivation of bacteria, fungi or cell tissues, and in poultry farming, to ensure the correct development of the eggs until hatching.
The services that we offer at Electrolomas include the manufacture of electronic circuits, both rigid and flexible, essential for the control and monitoring of these incubators. The manufacture of specialized industrial wiring and the assembly of electromechanical equipment also contribute to the creation of precise and efficient incubators.
We use state-of-the-art technologies such as Through-Hole Technology (THT) with wave soldering and selective soldering, and Surface Mount Technology (SMD), which spans the entire assembly line and Automatic Optical Inspection (AOI). These advanced techniques allow us to offer high quality products that meet the expectations of our customers and guarantee the protection of the life that the incubators house.
What does electronics contribute to incubators?
The electronics in incubators is essential for the control and supervision of multiple vital factors for the well-being of the creatures that are inside. This includes the regulation of the environment in terms of temperature and humidity to the monitoring of the state of health of the living being.
Temperature control is an essential aspect in the operation of an incubator. Thanks to electronic circuitry, incubators can maintain a constant temperature suitable for the developing organism.
In addition, electromechanical systems allow the automation of various functions, such as turning eggs in poultry incubators or adjusting lighting in human or laboratory incubators.
Alarm systems in hatcheries are also essential and electronics play a vital role in these. If an anomaly occurs, such as a variation in temperature, humidity, or any other vital parameter, these systems alert personnel so they can take immediate action.
Electronics in incubators not only provide comfort and precision in the care of living beings, but also represent life support that can sometimes make the difference between life and death. At Electrolomas, we are proud to be part of this wonderful conjunction between technology and life.